Cruise Ship Terminals
King's Wharf, Royal Naval Dockyard,
In 1989, the Bermuda Government decided that, owing to the increasing size of cruise ships, they required a deep water facility for visiting cruise ships to come alongside rather than lie off in the harbour. They also needed to upgrade their ferry terminal facilities for the ferry route from the capital, Hamilton, to the west end of the island. As a result, the West End Development Corporation (WEDCO), was formed to develop the historic Royal Naval Dockyard into a cruise ship terminal, a ferry terminal and a destination tourist attraction encompassing the historic dockyard buildings, the 19th century fort, handicrafts outlets, food and beverage, retail and entertainment outlets.
Retail Planning Consultants, King's Wharf Cruise Ship Terminal - Talbot Consultants International Inc.
Richard Talbot was engaged as the retail consultant for the planning of the entire retail component from feasibility through to advising on the eventual lease up terms and conditions. As much attention was paid to meeting the needs of the local residents utilising the facilities on a year round basis as it was to attracting the tourists. As a result of our work Phases 1 and 2 both opened extremely successfully and Phase 3 was recently completed, well ahead of schedule, in spite of the recession.
Unique shopping at the dockyard is located at the Clock Tower mall with a variety of small shops. The Royal Naval Dockyard has four restaurants and you can select from British pub style to seafood or multicultural. Above is a picture of the Frog and Onion Pub which features original English style Fish and Chips on their menu.
The King's Wharf Cruise Ship Terminal, Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda has been one of the projects where TALBOT CONSULTANTS INTERNATIONAL INC. has provided consulting services for the retail operations. For more details on this and how we can help you, please contact us at email@example.com )